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VOL.. IX. NO. 7*4. 



CHICAGO, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25, 1903. 



PRICE 5 CENTS 



LITTLE ROCK FORM CHART. 

UITTLE ROCK, ARK., March 24, 1903. — Second day. Arkansas Jockey Club. Spring Meet- 
ing. Weather clear, track fast. 



Presiding Judge, H. C. Bateman. Starter A. B. Dade. Secretary, Q. R. Brown. 



Racing starts at 2:30 p. m. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. 



37933 



FIRST RACE — 1-2 Mile. Purse $250. 2-year-olds. Allowances. 



Ind Horses 



37068 LEOPARD 

DON O’HIGH 

JOIjLIER w 110 3 5 3i J Math’wsW O McGuigan 10 10 10 6-6 

GETCHEL w 110 5 5 4i 4i Helg’sen T H Stevens 4 6 5 6-6 

BEN MAC w 107 2 IJ 22 5 Phillips McDougal & Co 8 10 10 2 

Time, 23, 50i. 

Winner — B. c, by Foul Shot — Voralla (trained by H. Brant). 

Went to post at 2:32. At post 4 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. 
Leopard laid in behind the leader for the first quarter, took command when called on and 
came away cantering at the end. Don o’high ran a good race under a poor ride. Wallace 
kept fumbling with his lines through the last sixteenth. Jollier and Getchel fought it out 
all of the last furlong, the former staying best. The latter swerved when the barrier went 
up. Ben Mac showed early speed, but tired. 

No show betting. 



A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 



ws 110 1 2* 1“ 1* Fuller B Schreiber 1-3 1-3 1-3 out 

ws 107 4 38 3» 28 J WallaceA C Bernays 6 10 10 2 

w 110 3 4°“ 5 3i J Math’wsW O McGuigan 10 10 10 6-6 

w 110 5 5 4i 4i Helg’sen T H Stevens 4 6 5 6-6 

w 107 2 IJ 22 5 Phillips McDougal & Co 8 10 10 2 



SECOND RACE — 3-4 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind Horses A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys 



<37632)L. J. HORNERw'SB 4 105 2 li li 1““ IJ Fuller 



Owners 



H Richardson 
N B Tichenor 
G W Innes 
Finn & Ross 



<3.3909)C’NTESS CLARAw 5 105 1 2« 2® 2^ 22 Earl N B Tichenor 12 100 50 6 

(37585)BEN HULLUM w 4 107 3 3« 3» 32 3® Helg’sen G W Innes 3-2 2 2 out 

37920 HENGIST wb 5 101 4 4 4 4 4 Phillips Finn & Ross 6 15 15 2 

32745 LIT. HINDOO WSB 4 98 Left at the post. C Bonner R R Rice 10 50 50 6 

Time, 24J, 50i, l:16i. 

Winner — B. g, by George Kinney — Princess (Princess Louise) (trained by A. Zimmer). 

Went to post at 2:55. At post 8 minutes. Start good. Won easily; second the same. 
Little Jack Horner displayed the most speed all the way. Fuller drew the finish fine and 
could have won farther off. Countess Clara showed speed and was a keen contender to the 
last sixteenth, but was under a hard drive at the end to stall off Ben Hullum. The latter 
began slowly and closed a big gap. Little Hindoo ran away a mile and a half while on his 
way to the post. 

Overweights — Countess Clara, 1 pound. 

Countess Clara, show, 2 to 1. 



37935 



THIRD RACE — 5-8 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year olds and upward. Selling. 



Ind _Horses A Wt St ^ % StrFin Jockeys 

32028 SAM HOUSTON WB 4 105 3 2* 2i 2^ 1^ Earl J D Hearing 5 6 6 2 

35975 THE ELBA ws 5 104 5 7 7 4^ 2>* Fuller Stowe & Co 6 6 6 2 

37694 ROY. ATHLETE ws 4 102 2 1'^ li l‘i 3^ Donegan Givens & Moss 3 3 3 1 

3tW05 BROODLER w 4 102 7 6^ 5i 3”'‘ 42 Wallace A C Bernays 20 25 25 10 

36707 MAG. CLOPTON WB 4 95 4 4J 4^ 5i 5» Phillips Finn & Ross 3 3 8-5 7-10 

35129 AL LONE w 9 105 1 3*' 3*> 6» 6® Helg’sen R Allen 5 6 4 1 

31784 KILI^DOE w 4 101 6 5| 6J 7 7 L SpencerB Schreiber 6 7 7 2 

Time. 24S, 49i, 1:03. 

Winner — Ch. c, by Tom Paxton — Exclusive (trained by J. D. Bearing). 

Went to post at 3:40. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won handily; second driving. 
Sam Houston was well ridden. Earl waited until in the last furlong before making his bid 
and wore the leader down in the stretch run, but was driving to the limit at the end to stall 
off The Elba. The latter began slowly, but closed a big gap and finished very fast. Royal 
Athlete showed the most early speed, but tired as if short. 

Scratched— 37848 Joe Buckley, 103; 37917 Miss Dora. 95. 

Overweights — Sam Houston, 3 pounds; Killdoe, 4. 

Sam Houston, show, evens. The Elba, show, evens. Royal Athlete, show, out. Mag- 
gie Clopton, show, out. A1 Lone, show. 1 to 2. 



Owners 
J D Hearing 
Stowe & Co 



FOURTH RACE — 7-8 Mile. Purse $250. 3-year-olds. Allowances. 

Ind Horse s A Wt St ^ % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 

37049~tTnCRED wsb 100 1 1® 1* 12 IJ 14 Helg’sen S S Brown 8-5 8-6 4-6 out 

(33470)SIGMUND ws 105 2 2^ 2» 2*‘ 3® 2”2 j Daly B Schreiber 3-2 3 2i 4-5 

374“>2 PARAMOUNT ws 100 4 4 4 4 4 3J Fuller J B Givens 2 2 2 1-2 

349812BEN LEAR W 97 3 3® 3* 3* 2» 4 Phillips Finn & Ross 3 5 5 8-6 

Time, 25. 49J. 1:16J, 1:293. 

Winner — Ch. c, by Troubadour — Unadilla (trained by V. Hughes). 

Went to post at 4:09. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second driving. 
Tancred ran as if he outclassed his company, opened up a winning lead in the first quarter 
and onlv cantered the remainder of the trip. Sigmund was under a drive all of the last 
quarter and carried Ben Lear wide at the turn into the homestretch. Paramount closed a 
big gap and finished well, but never got to going freely until after they had gone a half. 
Overweights — Paramount, 5 pounds. 

No show betting. 



A Wt St 14 % 



StrFin Jockeys 



WSB 100 1 1® 1* 12 IJ 14 Helg’sen 

ws 105 2 2^ 2» 2*‘ 3® 2”2 j Daly 

ws 100 4 4 4 4 4 3J Fuller 



Owners 

S S Brown 
B Schreiber 
J B Givens 
Finn & Ross 



O H C P 
8-5 8-6 4-6 out 
3-2 3 2J 4-5 
2 2 2 1-2 
3 5 5 8-6 



Q rrOlJ Q SIXTH race — 1 Mlle and 70 Yards. Purse $250. 3-year-olds and upward. 
€> I ^€>0 Selling. 



Ind Horses 



37478 BLANCO 
37920®FON SPRAY 
37920 JOE COLLINS 
35677 EL CANEY 
37864 FLORRIE S. 



A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 



w 3 87 4 51 3J 3J 31 1“2 PhiUips Finn & Ross 6 12 12 4 
w 5 107 7 31 IJ 11 1“® 2J R MurphyL B Kahn & Co 6-6 3-2 3-2 1-3 



w 5 107 7 31 IJ 11 1“® 2J R MurphyL B Kahn & < 

w 5 100 1 2» 41 2"2 2”® 3® Fuller A J Wallace 

w 5 108 6 61 6® 42 4® 48 C Bonner R R Rice 

w 4 98 3 7 7 7 5J 5“® Helg’sen C P Kennedy 



37848 PRINCE EUGENEw 3 98 5 H 2"® 5® 6® 6i® Schilling J U Strode 



37631 RUSSIAN w 5 105 2 4"® 51 6® 7 7 Earl Graves & Innes 6 12 12 4 

Time, 25, 51, l:17i, 1:45, 1:49J. 

Winner — B. c, by Belvidere — Crucite (trained by C. Ross). 

Went to post at 5:07. At post 3 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second the same. 
Blanco saved ground at every turn, came through next to the inside rail in the stretch and 
outgamed Fon Spray when it came to a drive. Murphy’s finish on Fon Spray was a weak 
one. Joe Collins tired when called on. El Caney began slowly and made up a lot of ground, 
but tired in the last furlong. 

Scratched — (37917)Chorus Boy, 112. 

Overweights — Joe Collins, 1 pound; Russian, 1. 

Blanco, show, 2 to 1. Fon Spray, show, out. Joe Collins, show, out. El Caney, show, 

out. 



Graves & Innes 



3 5 5 8-6 

6-6 6-5 1 2-6 

20 25 25 8 
20 30 30 10 
6 12 12 4 



O H C P 



2- 6 2-6 2-5 out 
12 100 50 6 

3- 2 2 2 out 

6 15 15 2 

10 50 50 6 



WASHINGTON FORM CHART. 

WASHINGTON, D. C., March 24, 1903. — Second day. Washington Jockey Club. 

Spring Meeing. _ Weather clear, track hea\-y. 



Presiding Judge, Clarence McDowell. Starter, Mars Cassidy. Secretary, H. G. Crickmore. 



Racing starts at 3:00 p. m. No recall flag used. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. 



FIRST RACE — 3-4 Mile. $400 added. 3-year-olds and upward. Allowances- 



A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys 



37887 MRS. F. FOSTER w 3 104 4 2® 3® 38 IJ Redfern F Foster 7-104-5 7-lOout 

(32116)ALAN w 3 106 3 1® 1® 2® 2® Haack Goughacres Stbl 7-5 9-5 3-2 out 

35509 ANNA DALY ws 3 106 1 3® 24 1® 3i® Miles W C Daly 12 40 20 2J 

36437 WHITEN w 3 101 2 4 4 4 4 Rich’ds’n Mrs R Bradley 20 60 60 10 

Time, 13g, 26g, 39j, 52«, 1:20§. 

Winner — Ch. f, by Ben Strome — Princess Revenue (trained by F. Foster). 

Went to post at 3:00. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won easily; second driving. Mrs. 
Frank Foster was easily best. Crowded out on the first turn she came around the field in 
the stretch and won with plenty to spare. Alan was used up forcing the pace, looked high 
in flesh and should improve over this showing. Anna Daly put up a good performance, dis- 
played speed and hung on gamely in the final drive. Whiten is not of much account. 

Scratched — 37873®Zirl, 123. 

Anna Daly, show, 1 to 3. 



Owners O H C P 



F Foster 7-104-5 7-lOout 

Goughacres Stbl 7-5 9-5 3-2 out 
W C Daly 12 40 20 2J 

Mrs R Bradley 20 60 60 10 



H7928 



SECOND RACE — 1-2 Mile. $500 added. 2-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 



A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys 



PLEAS. MEMORIESw 104 2 
WOODSHADE W 104 1 

G. R. HARRISON w 104 3 
37741®CIRCULATOR ws 107 4 
BRIGHTWOOD w 104 6 
37741 ORA M’ KINNEY w 107 5 



34 24 14 Fisher 
1* 11 24 Redfern 
2J 3® 3® W’bury 
42 52 4h Wilk’son 
5® 4® 5® Gannon 



Owners O H C P 

R C Hall 6 8 8 

Columbia Stable 6-6 8-5 8-5 3-6 

Mrs R Bradley 10 12 5 2 



H T Griffin 
J McLaughlin 



5 10 10 3 

5 6 13-61 

5 8 8 2J 



37741 ORA M’ KINNEY w 107 5 6 6 6 T Burns J F Daniel 5 8 8 2J 

Time, 13g, 52g. 

Winner — Ch. f, by Buddha — Phoebe Marks (trained by W. Walden). 

Went to post at 3:25. post 4 minutes. Start poor. Won easily; second the same. 
Pleasant Memories was in better training condition than the others and that won for her. 
She wore Woodshade down in the final sixteenth under a drive and stood a whipping finisi 
gamely. Woodshade was high in flesh and not up to a hard race. He is a quick breake 
and possesses a good burst of speed and will undoubtedly beat the winner when righi 
George R. Harrison was under pressure through the last quarter and held on well. Cir- 
culator finished well and would have been third in a few more strides. Brightwood couk 
not get to going freely, is a big long striding colt and a longer distance will probably sul 
him better. Ora McKinney did not like the going. 

Scratched — Eclectic, 104. 

Overweights — Ora McKinney, 3 pounds. 

Pleasant Memories, show, 7 to 5. Woodshade, show, 1 to 3. George R. Harrison, show, 
evens. Brightwood, show, 1 to 2. 



37929 



THIRD RACE — 6 1-2 Furlongs. $400 added. 3-year-olds and upward. 
Selling. 



Ind Horses A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C . P 



20 60 60 10 
20 60 60 10 



35040 LOCKET w 4 116 4 1® 1® 1- 1“® Odom W C Daly 16-5 11-3 

(36468)LD. ADVOCATE w 4 107 1 3® 3® 3i® 2* T Burns O L Richards 4 4J 4 7-6 

36471 BRISK wlO 111 3 2® 2^ 2J 3®® Hend’s’n J Sennet 4 4 2 7-R 

CHIEF ALOHA ws 3 87 5 4J 4* 4® 4®® Rich’son Mrs R Bradley 20 60 60 10 

33939 LADY RABBIT w 4 102 2 5 5 5 5 And’son J C Wallace 20 60 60 10 

36362tEINUS w 6 111 Withdrawn. J Callahan 15 30 30 7 

tWithdrawn at post time, not at track. 

Time, 12g, 25*, 53*, 1:28. 

Winner — Ch. c, by Halma— Token (trained by D. Carter). 

Went to post at 3:55. At post 6 minutes. Start good. Won driving: second easily 
Ix)cket was at home in the going and showed plenty of early speed, but his pacemaking mis- 
sion told in the last hundred yards and his stride shortened perceptibly. He ought to hav 
won by a length, but Odom drew the finish fine. Lord Advocate ran well and finishe« 
gamely in the deep going next to the rail. Brisk was used up in an effort to catch Locke 
and tired badlv in the final strides. The other two ran poorly. Einus was entered and be 
on up to post time, but was not at the track when the other horses were sent to the post. 

Scratched — 37814®Musical Slipper, 90. 

Locket, show, out. Lord Advocate, show, 1 to 2. Brisk, show, 2 to 5. 



^ FOURTH RACE — 7-8 Mile. $500 added. 3-year-olds and upward. 

{y 4 Maidens. Allowances. 

f^^d~7 H^ses A Wt St ^ % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 

37913 MEZZO WB 3 97 3 14 2® 1® 14 If Wilk’son H T Griffin 15 30 20 6 

36437 WHEELER B. ws 3 100 2 3' 1® 3* 3® 2« Creamer S Jackson 3 4 3J 1 

36470 PRANCER 
37913 BENDURO 



ws 3 100 2 3' 1® 3* 3* 2® Cream 

ws 4 112 1 2® 3® 2® 2J 3® Doyle 

ws 3 100 5 6® 5® 5^ 4® 4'® Shea 



Owners 
H T Griffin 
S Jackson 
R Haas 
F Alexander 



O H C P 



15 30 20 6 
3 4 3J 1 

6-6 7-6 4-6 out 
12 15 15 6 
















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BELMONT’S HORSES. 

Mr. August Belmont will campaign the fol- 
lowing extensive string this year: 

Torchlight, ch. f, 4, by Henry of Navarre— 
Rushlight. 

Windstorm, b. g, 4, by Hastings— Whirlwind. 
Namtor, ch. c, 4, by Hastings— Nineveh. 
Masterman, ch. c, 4, by Hastings— Lady Mar- 
garet. 

Sailmaker, ch. g, 3, by Henr>- of Navarre — 
Semiramis. 

Oarsman, ch. g, 3, by Hastings— Ortegal. 
Mizzen b. c, 3, by Hastings— Donna Mia. 
Nine Spot, b. c, 3, by Hastings— Nineveh. 
Lord of the Vale, ch. c, 3, by Hastings — 
Lady Violet. 

Flying Jib, ch. c, 3, by Henry of Navarre- 
Flying Fish. 

Forward, ch. g, 3, by Hastings— Fetish. 
Beldame, ch. f, 2, by Octagon— Bella Donna. 
Bridlepath, ch. f, 2, by Octagon— St. Bridget. 
Detention, b. f, 2, by Henry of Navarre— 
Detection. I 



Devonshire, hr. g, 2, by Ayrshire— Lizzie D. 
Dick Turpin, b. g, 2, by Henry of Navarre— 
Tarpeia. 

Eclectic, b. g, 2, by Henry of Navarre — En- 
chantress. 

Fine Art, ch. f, 2, by Octagon— Fides. 

Gallant, b. c, 2, by Galeazzo — Souveraine. 
Gondolier, br. c, 2, by Ogden— Gwendolyn 
Hoofbeat, ch. f, 2, by Henry of Navarre — 
Hoopstlck. 

Jasper, b. g 2, by Hastings— Prlceles. 

Lady Languish, br. f, 2, by St. Simon— Lady 
Reel. 

Lord of the Valley, b. c, 2, by Hastings— 
Lady Violet. 

Magistrate, ch. c, 2, by Hastings— T^dy Mar- 
garet. 

Marjoram, ch. f, 2, by Hastings— T.ady Mar- 
ian. 

Mica. b. f, 2, by Hastings— Donna Mia. 

Nine Pin, b. g, 2, by Hastings— Nineveh. 
Orthodox, ch. c, 2, by Don de Oro— Ortegal. 
Oriza. br. f, 2, by Hastings— Donna de Oro. 
Red Harry, ch. g, 2, by Henry of Navarre — 
Red Girl. 

Silver Dream, b. f, 2, by Henry of Navarre 
—Golden Dream. 

Singleton, b. c, 2, by St. Simon- Field Azure. 
Soublse, ch. f, 2, by Henry of Navarre — Sou- 
brette. 

Sourire, b. g, 2, by Henry of Navarre — Sour- 
iante. 

Sou Marquee, ch. g, 2, by Margrave — Subjec- 
tion. 

Sungllnt, ch. g, 2, by Don de Oro— Bliss. 
Woodheart, ch. g, 2, by Hastings— Woodray. 
Woodspring, ch. f, 2, by Hastings— Wood- 
vine. 

LITTLK ROCK FOB'W. 

The form of Wednesday’s Little Bock fields is: 
First Race — Comora, Brookwood Belle. 

Second Race— D’Arcy, Don Ernesto, Prince 
Engene. 

Third Race— Nearest, Chorns Boy, Jerry Hnnt, 
Fourth Race — Flintlock. St. Tammany, Kenova. 
Fifth Race— Ed L.. Little Jack Horner. Aimless. 
Sixth Race— Henry of Trastamare, Lee Bruno, 

Honey wood. 

LITTLE BOCK ENTRIES. 

Probabilities : Weather clear; track good. 
*.4pprentice allowance. i^iRnns well in mud. 
First Race— 1-2 Mile. 

2-year-olds. Selling. 

Ind. Horses, color, sex & pedigree. Wt. Hdcp. 
Foghorn, ch. c, by Masetto— 

Wildflower 107 

37918 Comora lOO 700 

Montholnn, b. c, by Merry Mon- 
arch -Flora McDonald 100 

37915 2* Brook wood Belle 99 690 

•Pinky B , b. f, by Panmnre — 

Maud McLeary 97 

Second Race— 3-4 Mile. 

3-year-olds. Maidens. Allowances. 

.37848 Don Ernesto 110 715 

•379.38 Prince Eugene 110 700 

37874 D’Arcy * ...110 725 

37916 Neversnch 107 600 

.37318 Leon De ..107 600 

Bob Stokes, b. c, by Argyle— Sig- 
nora.. 107 

37916 Indian Child 105 6M 

37916 Milky Wave 105 675 

Cousin Rose, b. f, by Wood Moss 

— Rosiddie 105 

37916 Shot Proof 105 675 

Third Race— 7-8 BHle, 



Fifth Race— Horton, Flush of Gold, Leader. 

Sixth Race — Antolight, Beana, Bonnie Lissak. 

OAKLAND FORM. 

San Fbancisco, Cal., March 24.— The horses 
seeming to have the best chances in Wednesday’s 
races are : 

First Race— The Miller or Mike Murphy. j 

Second Race— Fossil or Golden Light. 

Third Race— Doublet or Troy. 

Fourth Race— Horton or Leader. 

Fifth Race — Sweet Tooth or Bag Tag. 

Sixth Race— Autolight or Qoldone. 

H. Fossland, 

OAKLAND ENTRIES. 

Probabilities : Weather cloudy ; track fast. 
9<Buns well in mud. 

Fint Race— 3-4 Mile. 

4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



37798 Poorlands *.... 7.. ..102 690 

S78663Mission *(,... 6.. ..102 .,..,.705 

379243Qlissando *.... 6....K2 700 

(S7855)Canejo ^ 6.. ..100 710 

37881 Azarine 4.... 91 705 

Sharp Bird 6- 1 Heavy Won 

AUrOLI6HT 3-1 Plunge to the Limit Won 

Igain Oar Patrons Won Heavily. 

^ - Wednesday 



Ind, Horses. 




Age. 


Wt, 


Hdcp. 


37882 Ban Lotion 


if*. 


.. 4.. 


..102 




378-58 Nat Goodwin 




.. 4.. 


..102 


705 


(36868) Aloha II 


.. 6.. 


..102 


715 


37878 Mike Mnrphy 




.. 4.. 


..102 




37904 Dnke of Richelien. 




.. 4.. 


..102 


720 


17629 Croker 




.. 7.. 


..102 


690 


37878 Mythrox 




.. 4.. 


..103 


705 


37878 Estado 




.. 4., 


..102 


710 


87866 Ingo 




.. 4.. 


..102 




37770 Cherries 




.. 5.. 


..100 




36832 Miss Cnlver 




.. 4.. 


..100 




37649 Katherine Ennis 




.. 5.. 


..100 


710 


37709 Annt Polly 




.. 8., 


..100 




37880 The Miller 




.. 7.. 


97 


715 



Second Race— 1 Mile. 
8-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

37799 Golden Light 5.... 106 .. 

(S7845)Diderot *.... 5.. ..106 .. 

878.77 Water Cure 5 103 .. 

(37895)Fossil *.... 3.... 94 .. 

S78593Swiftwing 8 91 .. 

Third Race— 3-4 Mile. 
4-year-olds and apward. Selling. 

(87886)Sir Hampton 6....109 .. 

37892 Pupil 6.. ..109 .. 

87922 Troy *.... 5.. ..106 .. 

376492Amasa 8.. ..106 .. 

37904 Royal F 4... .105 .. 

37882 Gibraltar ^....8 105 .. 

37941 Berendos 5.... 102 .. 

37922 Erema 5.... 102 .. 

S7941»Donblet 6.. ..102 .. 

37823 Light Ball 5.... 102 .. 

(37902) Sailor 5.... 102 .. 

37882 Cathello 4.. ..100 ., 

37874 Rose of Hilo 6.. ..100 .. 

37922 Montana Peeress 4 95 .. 

Fourth Race— 1 1-16 Miles. 

S-year-olds and npward. Handicap, 



87906RHorton 


... 


. 7.. 


..108 


37906 Flush of Gold.... 


. 6.. 


..103 


87500 Searcher 


.... 


. 5.. 


..102 


37906 Leader 





. 3.. 


..102 


(S7870)Antolee 


... 


. 5.. 


..100 


S78932Position 





. 6 . 


.. 99 


37906 Grail 




. 4.. 


.. 93 



Fifth Race— 6 1-9 Furlong^s. 
8-year-olds and npwai-d. Selling, 



S-year-olds and apward. 


Selling, 




Ind, Horses. 


Age. 


Wt. 


Hdcp. 


(37917)Joe Lesser 


.... ... 


5.. 


.108 


705 


(.37920) Flaneur 


.... * ... 


5.. 


..108 


685 


37919 Kaffir 




4.. 


..108 


700 


37938 Chorus Boy 


.... * ... 


7.. 


.106 


715 


379172*Jerry Hnnt 


.... *.... 


7.. 


..103 


710 


S6867*Nearest 


.... *.... 


8 . 


..101 


725 


379S7*Varner 


4.. 


.. 98 


670 



37871 Qniz 


if*... 


5.. 


..108 


(37908)'Hainanlt 




4.. 


..107 


(.37881) Velma Clark 




5 . 


..106 


878933Sweet Tooth 




5.. 


..105 


.378713Mnresca 




4.. 


..103 


S79262Jim Halo 


if*... 


5.. 


..102 


.379083 Rag Tag 


if* .. 


4.. 


-.102 


37797 Ethylene 


*... 


4.. 


.. 97 


.37976 Lady Kent 




6.. 


.. 95 


(375l8)Oro Viva 

37859 Mexicana 


« .. 
9*... 


3.. 

3.. 


.. 89 
.. 87 


Sixth Race— 


1 l-S 


MUrs. 


4-year-olds and npward. 


Selling. 


(3794S)Antolight 


lijt .. 


5.. 


..112 


37907 Qreyfeld 


*... 


7.. 


..112 


37926 Oriana 




7.. 


..109 


37907 Qoldone 


*... 


6.. 


..107 


379073 Bonnie Lissak 


if*... 


5.. 


..103 


37907 Beana 


if*... 


7.. 


..103 


379243Filibnster 


*... 


9.. 


..102 



AT OAKLAND 
one from 12 to 20 to 1, This 
^^^Q^^dark secret can beat the 
^ belt horses at the coast. 

The people who have him in charge are wizards at 
the game of palling off good things— they only care 
to win a few races a year, and when one of their 
horses scores they poll down more money than any 
of the big stables win in stakes and parses all 
year round, 

CALIFORNIA 

Telegraphic - Selections. 

O’CONNOR & CO., Chicago Agents. 

Suite 7 08, 22S Dearborn St. 

Wired at lO a. m. 

Terms for Handicap Sheet, Including Spe- 
cials, $ I Per Day, $4 Weekly. Also for sale at 
news stand corner Clark and Madison sts. 

Reynolds & Co. 

Expert Handicappers. 

Established 1890. 

119 DEARBORN 8T„ - SIXTH FLOOR. 

^ — Terms_ for handicap selec- 

tions, inclnding best bets not 
to exceed two a day, 

$1 Dally, $4 Weekly 
or *5 for five winning spe- 
cials. _ Scratches and horses 
finishing second and third 
not counted — only actnal win- 
ners. Delivered to any city 
address before 12 m. Wired 
at 10 a.m. Also sold at news 
stands in Saratoga and Sher- 
man Honse Hotels and stands 
at Clark and Madison Sts, 
Sheets are always on file for 
public inspection, 

NOTE.— Hereafter onr re- 
sults will be pnblisbed week- 
: ly in this paper. 

YOU ARE WISE 

Yon will be satisfied with a few ‘ good 
things” each day and not try to beat the 
card at the three tracks. We give one or 
two “good things” at each track daily. 
Sometimes the price may be short bat very 
often it is long enough to satisfy the most 
skeptical. Remember we gave you 

Blue Miracle 20-1 HainaultlO-l 

iu the past couple days. Yesterday at Little 
Rock we gave Leopard and Little Jack Horner, 
both won. At Bennings Mrs. Frank Foster 
and Bon Mot— no others. 

THREE MONEY GETTERS TODAY 

$1 DAILY. $4 FOR SIX DAYS. 

Steensen S. S. Co. 

wired at 10 a. m. 




FOR SALE. FUTURE BOOKS 



Fourth Race — 1 Mile. 

3-year-olds and apward. AllowanceB. 

87875 St. Tammany ^ ... 4 105 720 

37919 W. B. Gates *.... 7.. ..105 710 

S7919eFlintlock 4 105 725 

(32856) Kenova 5 103 720 

Fifth Race -3-4 Mile. 

S-year-olds and upward. Selling, 



379162King’s Lady 3 101 .. 

378658Aimles8 ^ ... 4 1(X) .. 

8.5728* Rochester 6....100 ., 

879163Dr. Kammerer ... 3 100 .. 

37935*Maggie Clopton 4 95 .. 

Sixth Race— 1 Mile and 70 Yards. 
4-year-olds and npward. Selling. 

37336 Terra Incognita ^ 7.... 109 .. 

879.383 Joe Collins * .... 5....104 .. 

37917 Invictns 5 104 .. 

.37938 Russian 5 104 .. 

37920 Lee Brnno 7 104 .. 

(37885)*H. of Trastamare.. ij ... 8 104 .. 

37917 Honeywood 6....102 .. 

87920*3purs 7.... 99 .. 



9 . 


..114 . 


....725 


7.. 


..Ill . 


....720 


8.. 


..105 . 


....710 


5.. 


..105 . 




3.. 


..101 . 


....705 


4 . 


..100 . 


....715 


6.. 


..lOO . 


....665 


3 . 


..100 . 


....695 


4 . 


.. 95 . 


....700 



OAKLAND FORM. 

The form of Wednesday’s Oakland fields is : 

First Race— Cherries, Dnke of Richelien, Aloha IL 
Second Race— Fossil, Diderot, Golden Light. 
Third Race— Doublet, Erema, Amasa. 

Fourth Race — Ethylene. Hainanlt, Oro Viva. 



By order of the District Court of the United 
States, tor the Northern District of Illinois, 

the undersigned, Ancillary Receiver of the 
property of E. J. Arnold & Company, bank- 
rupts, will receive bids for the following race 
horses, formerly the property of said bank- 
rupts: 

STUYVE, br. g, four years, by Stuyvesant — 
Katy B. 

BESSIE M’CARTHY, b. m, four years, by 
Chorister— Citronella. 

IRENE LINDSEY, br. m, five years, by St. 
George— Vantage. 

FITZBRILLAR, ch. c, three years, by Fltz 
James— Brillar. 

MARY M’CAFFERTY, b. m, three years, by 
Sensation— Sieve. 

Bids must be in writing and accompanied by 
certified check for ten per cent, of the amount 
of the bid. Such check will be returned by the 
Receiver if such bid is not accepted. 

Bids must be submitted to the undersigned, 
at his office, 437 Stock Exchange Building, Chi- 
cago, on or before the 30th day of March, 1903, 
and are subject to the approval of the Honor- 
able C. C. Kohlsaat, Judge of the said District 
Court. 

The horses may be inspected upon applica- 
tion to the undersigned. 

MILTON J. FOREMAN. 
Ancillary Receiver of E. J. Arnold & Com- 
pany, Bankrupts. 



JAMES O’LEARY. 

4183 S. Haisted St., - Chicago, IIU 

FUTURE BOOKS ON 

AMERIGAN DERBY 

Brooklyn, Suburban, Montgomery, The Har- 
lem-National and the Hawthorne Handicaps. 
WRITE FOB QUOTATIONS. 

Long Distance ’Phones Yards 628 and 654, 

ULLOA 7-1 WON 

SHARP BIRD 5-i WON 

(Not can’t lose specials, just WINNERS.) 

M. A. WALKER & CO., 502, 167 Oearbori St. 

Onr Guaranteed Special for Tuesdav 
MRS. FRANK FOSTER WON 3 to 5 
We also gave to win 

Leopard 1-3 I Blanco. . 10-1 

Musical Slipper.... 3-5 | Antolight ..!!’.il3-6 

New York and San Francisco 

TURF INFORMATION CO. 

Room 3, 79 Clark St. Daily sheets for sale at 
news stands cor. Clark and Washington Sts and 
Clark and Madison Sts. Tel. Central S198, 




WASHINGTON FORM CHART-CONTINUED. 



37577 LORDLY ws 5 107 11 11 11 11 11 Bozeman F’ Monday 100 300 300 100 

Time, l:lli. 

Winner — B. h, by Ragnarok — Ollie Bird (trained by J. D. Stevens). 

Went to post at 3:04. At post 4 minutes. Start fair. Won easily; second driving. 
Sharp Bird is In rare form, secured a lucky start, forged into the lead on the far turn and 
although bearing out in the stretch he outstayed his field decisively. Doublet was outrun 
by the winner to the stretch, where he was wearing him down in spite of being constantly 
impeded and carried out. Father Wentker was reserved to the stretch and saving ground 
by a close turn he scored a lucky third. J. Boggs was carried hopelessly wide by the first 
two and bumped at the end and was second best today. Propeller closed a gap from a bad 
start. Marineuse favors mud. 

Scratched — 37882 Gibraltar, 118; 37782^Senora Caesar, 113; 37567 Homage, 113;37878 
Bstado, 111; 37878 Skip Me, 108. 

Overweights — Propeller, 1 pound; Our Pride, 1. 

Sharp Bird, show, evens. Doublet, show, 1 to 3. Father Wentker, show, 3 to 2. 



100 300 300 100 



35039 BOSTON w 3 97 8 4i 4^ 4* 6* 5* Hurley F J Lantry 15 30 30 8 

SNI’FF w 3 97 4 7® 7* 7* 7® 6* D O’Con’r R L Stevens 15 30 30 8 

86470 ALMA GIRL ws 4 110 6 6i 6- 6« 6® 7 C Sloan Mrs R Bradley 12 15 15 5 

35138 WILI WB 4 112 7 8 S S 8 8 Kennedy J Schladt 25 40 40 15 

Time, 26, 52, 1:20, 1:35. 

Winner — Br. f, by Chorister — Marsa (trained by H. T. Griffin). 

Went to post at 4:30. At post 2 minutes. Start good. Won driving; second easily. 
Mezzo was the best of a poor field. Away well in motion she raced the others into submis- 
sion in the first six furlongs, but was a tired filly at the end and doing her level best. 
Wheeler B. closed up fast on the stretch turn, but tired in the final furlong. The route was 
too far for Prancer and he tired badly. Benduro ran fairly well. Boston showed early 
speed. 

Scratched — 36266 Knight Templar, 112. 

Mezzo, show, 3 to 1. Wheeler B., show', 2 to 5. 



37981 



FIFTH RACE — 3-4 Mile. $500 added. 3-year-olds aind upward. 



A Wt St ^ % StrFin Jockeys Owners O 



37814®MUSIC. SLIPPER w 4 96 
37650 IMPERIOUS w 8 117 

35274 BOBBINET WB 3 96 

37657 ORNATURE > WB 3 96 

32091 MYSTIC BELLE w 3 91 



5 5 l>i I® in WTlk’son H T Griffin 1 

02 oi 31 02 2® W’burv- H E Rowell 5 

1" m 3n 34 3*> D O’Con’r W C Dalv 4 

44 45 42 40 410 McCaf’tv A C McCafferty 5 

31 3* 5 5 5 Klenck O L Richards 8 



H C P 



6-5 3-5 out 
10 8 2i 

5 5 1 

8 7 2 



32091 MYSTIC BELLE w 3 91 3 31 3* 5 5 5 Klenck O L Richards 8 10 10 3 

Time, 25g. 52, 1:20. 

Winner — Ch. f, by Chorister — Cinderella, by Hermit (trained by H. T. Griffin). 

Went to post at 4:55. At post 2 minutes. Start poor. Won easily; second the same. 
Musical slipper revelled in the going and was much the best at the weights. She wheeled 
as the barrier went up and lost a half dozen lengths, but the field swung very wide in the 
middle of the turn and Wilkerson rushed the filly through next to the rail and was in front 
inside of a hundred yards. She was tiring at the end and doing her best. Imperious ran 
a good race, was on the outside all the way and finished fast and would probably have won 
in another fifty yards. Bobbinet w’as speedy, but went wide on the stretch turn. Ornature 
was coming fast at the end and would have been third in a couple more strides. Mystic 
Belle weakened after going three furlongs. 

Imperious, show, evens. Bobbinet, show, 2 to 5. 



Q ^ i) SIXTH RACE — 1 Mile and 40 Yards. $^00 added. 3-year-olds and upward. 

O Allowances. 



Odom 
l:49i, l:51g. 



Owners O H C P 



Goughacres Stbl 7-5 2i 2i 7-10 
H E Rowell 3 3 2 2-5 

\V C Daly 1 7-5 7-5 out 



Ind Horses A Wt 



37880 ULLOA s 6 109 

37156 ESSENCE ws 6 106 3 

379022DECI.AIMER ws 4 111 4 

37902 COUGAR ws 5 111 5 

37880®CHOTEAU WS 6 111 

37902®DONU W'S 5 108 

37808 ALT UR AS WSB 7 106 

37606 FORTE ws 8 111 

37936 THE SCOT ws 6 106 

37866 THE SINGER wsB 6 106 

37902 I.OU CLIEVED’Nws 6 104 



WS 6 111 6 9i 6® 61 5i 5® 



SheehanMathews & Co 



H C P 



W's 5 108 12 6i 9 10 9 6“i L Jacks 

WSB 7 106 10 10*1 5u 7 h (jh 7 u Bozemai 

ws 8 111 11 12 12 12 12 8* Donovar 

ws 6 106 2 1*! 3| 8i 10® 9J Bonner 

WSB 6 106 7 11 11 11 11 10* B’lgame 



6“i L JacksonAppleby & Co 8 10 10 4 

7“ Bozeman Smith & Davis 6 7 7 3 

8* Donovan B Schreiber 10 16 15 6 

9J Bonner L O Walz & Co 20 30 30 12 

0* B’lgame W P Magrane 15 25 25 10 



37345 RACIVAN 
37890 TONOPAH 
37808 OSO 
37516 MR. ROSE 



5i 6* 4» 8i 11® Chandler W L Hazellp 



100 100 60 20 



ws 7 100 8 4® 4® 9 7 12 

ws 3 106 13 13 13 13 13 13 

ws 6 109 15 14 14 14 14 14 

w 6 111 14 15 15 15 15 15 



J Powell G W Watson 12 12 12 6 

A Powell D Shaw 60 60 50 20 

See San Jose Stable 15 25 25 10 

Sullivan J W Riley 25 25 20 8 



-i47940 



SECOND RACE — 1-2 Mile. Purse $400. 2-year-olds. Maidens. 

Allowances. 

A Wt St ^ ^ % StrFin Jockeys Owners O 



Ind Horses A Wt St % 



37891 KEOGH wsB 111 5 

37879 CAPT. FORSEE w 110 4 

37891 SACREDUS w 107 2 

37844 PADUA ws 110 1 

37891 EMIL -w 110 3 

t HAWAIIAN w 107 8 

TOLTEC w 110 9 

37819 JACK MORGAN 107 11 

37819 GEORGE KOEST’Rws 107 7 

37711 SHORTY KANE w 107 6 

GEORGE BERRY w 110 12 

37891 KEDO ws 110 10 

tEntered as T. H. Williams, Jr. 



1* UJ Bozeman P Hildreth & Co 4 



2h 2^ 2^ Vickrey 
710 61 3*J Bonner 



5J oi 4® Donnelly A Josephs 

6J 7® 5*J Gray E Carey 

4i 3® 6® L JacksonFigaro Stable 
31 4® 7* See J L Morgan 

10 10 8® J SheehanL Jeuness 

9 8 9* Donovan B Schreiber 

8 9 10® Miranda Miller & Co 

11 11 11® Kelly A B Spreckels 

A Murphy 



T H Ryan 30 60 60 20 

WBJennings&Co 2 2 7-6 3^ 



2i 16-513-54-6 
40 60 60 20 
15 25 20 8 
20 20 20 8 
60 100 100 .30 
30 50 50 15 
150 200 200 80 
30 40 40 12 
300 300 300 100 



WB 6 118 4 
ws 6 110 3 
w 4 114 5 

s 6 no 1 

WSB 5 108 10 
w 5 no 7 
WB 5 115 2 
ws 4 103 6 
S 5 115 9 



3®i 3*i 6® 4* Kelly W B Sink Jr 12 20 20 8 

9i 8“® 51 5i T Knight Chinn&Forsythe 15 .30 30 10 

5®J 5®J 4J 6* Bonner J S Jackson 8 12 12 4 

7 7 8 7® Sullivan C H Ledgett 25 40 40 15 

6® 6“® 7® 8® Tullet S P Tate 12 15 15 5 

8 9 9 9* Bell J Green 



O ^ /i FOURTH RACEl — 3-4 Mile. Purse $500. 3-year-olds and upward. 

O • Handicap 



Ind Horses A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 



37904®PETER J. 


W 3 102 


5 


4»J 3®J 3®i 13 


Bonner 


J Touhey 


5 


5 


4 


8-6 


37904®MONEY MUSS 


WB 5 110 


4 


23J 2^ 2* 


2®J Powell 


P C Donaleche 


4 


22-64 


8-6 


(37894)DAINTY 


w 3 100 


6 


5® 5® 4i 


3® 


LAJ’ks’n 


WBJennings&Co 


3 


5 


5 


2 


37908 GLENDENNING 


4 102 


3 


Pi 14 IJ 


4® 


Stuart 


AA*^ B Sink Jr 


6 


12 


10 


4 


37894 MOCORITO 


8 105 


0 


6® 7* 5® 


5* 


L AArfison 


T Wellman 


10 


10 




2i 


37663®ANNIE MAX 


w 4 100 


1 


8 6* 7i 


6® 


AV Knapp L Hazelip 


12 


30 


30 


10 



Ind Horses A Wt St ^ % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 



36314 ATHEIAiOY W3 97 33 3 3 3 1® Haack Goughacres Stbl 7-5 2i 2i 7-10 

37329 BON MOT w 4 116 1 24 2i 2* 2*i 2« W’bury H E Rowell 3 3 2 2-5 

36489 BEN HOWARD WB 4 112 2 1® 1* IJ 1® 3 Odom W C Daly 1 7-5 7-5 out 

Time, 26, 52, l:20g, l:49i, l:51g. 

Winner — Blk. c, by Atheling — Elsa Rosailind (trained by W. F. Pres^ave). 

Went to post at 5:25. At post 1 minute. Start good. Won driving; second easily. 
Haack rode a good race on the winner. He saved ground all the way and Athelroy finished 
with a rush through the last hundred yards, getting through next to the rail and getting up 
in the last stride. The colt is in grand condition and stood the stretch drive gamely. Bon 
Mot handled his weight well and would have won had he not swerved in the last few strides 
when Waterbury reached for his whip. As it was. he was practically all out from wearing 
down Ben Howard. The latter was not quite up to the route, but revelled in the going 
and showed plenty of speed. 

Scratched — 37914 Mosketo, 117; 37914 Benckart, 110. 

Overweights — Ben Howard, 3 pounds. 



OAKLAND FORM CHART. 

OAKLAND, CAL., March 24, 1903. — One Hundred and Eleventh day. New California 

Jockey Club. Winter Meeting. Weather clear, track fast. 



Presiding Judge, E. C. Hopper. Starter, J. J. Holtman. Secretary, Percy W. Treat. 



Racing starts at 2:05 p. m. No recall flag used. W indicates whip, S spurs, B blinkers. 
•_> O FIRST RACli^l Mile and 70 Yards. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. 

O 4 tPOtP SeUing. 

Ind Horses A Wt St % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 



37880 ULLOA s 6 109 1 7J 8® 3* 2® l*i Kelly Owen & Co 5 7 6 21 

37156 ESSENCE ws 6 106 3 2i 1® l*i li 23 Bell D F Cox 6 7 6 21 

37902®DECI.AIMER ws 4 111 4 3J 2® 2® 3J 3®i Donnelly Ward & Harlan 8 15 15 6 

37902 COUGAR ws 5 111 5 8J 7J 5i 4® 4® T Knight Elmwood Farm 6 12 12 5 

■ ■ ~ ~ "542 



(3787DT. OF CANDLESwb 5 104 8 



T Knigl 
B’k’n’th 



E J Baldwin 
C Young 



10 10 8 
3.5 5 



37894 AMERICANO WB 3 108 7 7* 4® 6J 7J T Knight E J Baldwin 10 10 8 3 

(3787DT. OF CANDLESwb 5 104 8 4i 8 8 8 B’k’n’th C Young 3.5 5 2 

Time, 24, 48, 1:133. 

Winner — B. g, by Maxio — Lady Bug (trained by C. W. Carroll). 

Went to post at 3:32. At post 4 minutes. Start bad. Won handily; second easily. 
Peter J. was lucky and skillfully reserved, finished out through the last quarter fast with- 
out urging and won going away. Money Muss ran a game race under good handling. 
Dainty was badly messed about and swerving all over the stretch, but was closing wp fast 
at the end. Glendenning made the running for five furlongs and stuck to his work with un- 
expected gameness. Mocorito failed to come on at the end and ran a bad race. Annie Max 
got away fiatfooted and closed a great gap. Americano had scant chance at the start, but 
raced into a contending position in the first half and tired. Tower of Candles got away 
badly, but ran a bad race much below her true form. 

Overweights — Americano, 3 pounds. 

Peter J., show, 4 to 5. Money Muss, show, 4 to 5. Dainty, show, evens. 



3794H ™ 



Ind Ho rses 

37797 AUTOLIGHT 
37907 BAFFLED 
37883®ELFONSE 

37798 TIZONA 
(37907)ROSARIE 
37902 J. M’CARTHY 



FIFTH RACE — 1 Mile. Purse $400. 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 



A Wt St % % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 

ws 5 105 3 3® 6® 744* 1*J Donnelly W H~ketchiman 8-5~2J~ll-51 ' 
WB 6 100 2 2® 5® 8i 3® 2"® L JacksonE W Fitzgerald 6 8 8 3 

ws 5 107 1 l*i 1® 2* 1® 3® Bonner C P Fink 4 4 3 7-1 



w 6 97 8 10 8® 6® 6® 4*i Hend’s’n Partingrton Bros 10 20 15 



ws 4 95 
w 5 95 



6® 4J 1® 5i 5® W Knapp Howley & Co 



(37880)GEORGE DEWEYw 5 92 10 8® 9 9 9 

37906 ALB. ENRIGHT ws 5 92 6 9 10 10 10 

37058»P. MORRISSEY ws 5 102 9 5 4 23 3® 7® 9® Donovan T Wellman 20 30 30 15 

37854 RASP w 5 92 5 4J 3i .5® 8® 10 L Wilson J Green 7 7 7 2i 

Time, 25 50, 1:16, 1:42. 

Winner — B. h, by Autocrat — Sllverlight (trained by H. Stover). 

Went to post at 3:58. At post 1 minute. Start fair. Won in a canter; second driving. 
Autollght gained a lucky start, but was in close quarters to the middle half, then ran 
around the field on the stretch turn and took the lead in the final furlong and won canter- 
ing. Baffled displayed much speed and was closing up at the end. Elfonse was excessively 
used in forcing the pace and tired at the end. Tizona ran in improved form and closed up 
much ground from a poor start. Rosarie loomed up on the stretch turn and fell away in 
the final drive. Johnny McCartey went well. 

Scratched — 37786®Silver Fizz, 100, 

Autolight, show, 1 to 2. Baffled, show, 6 to 5. Elfonse, show, 3 to 5. 



6 8 8 3 

4 4 3 7-6 

10 20 15 6 
10 15 15 6 
15 40 40 15 



4*J 2® 64 McGov’n W L Hazelip 15 40 40 15 
9 9 7® McGrath J J Bottger 15 25 20 8 

0 10 8® Connell C F Sanders&Co 8 9 9 3 

3® 7® 9® Donovan T Wellman 20 30 30 15 

.5® 8® 10 L Wilson J Green 7 7 7 2i 



3T94:4: Purse $400. 3-year-olds. SeUing. 



Ind Horses A W t St 14 % % StrFin Jockeys O wners ( 

:17734~CA RON.VT^ WSB lOt! 11 6J 5i 4® 3® 1® Alarie C W Chappell 6 

(37890)BLUE MIRACLE wb 104 10 5* 3» 3*i 4®i 2"® Donovan MrsCFS’nd’s&Co 8 

37892®J’GE VOORHEES wsB 104 6 2*i 1® 14 3J Powell B S Brown 3 



WSB 106 11 61 



4® 3® 1® Alarie 



Owners 
C W~ fhappelF 



:17811 RIPPER 
37S81®HONEYSUCKLE 
37895 SNARE 
37806 MASTER 
37806 BT.ISSFUI. 

37921 INDINA 
37859 IMPETUOUS 
37734 ESFORZADO 
JOE JOHN 
37926 PAST MASTER 



ws 101 9 1® 2® 2® 2®1 4® T. Jacksonl. T.ane 

s 99 4 3® 64 5J 5® 5« W Knapp Snider & Co 

ws 99 2 12 10 9® 6® 6®1 Bonner Ward & Hai 

W 101 8 9 8 8 7 7® B’k’n’th G T.anka 



O H C P 
60 100 100 40‘~ 
8 15 15 6 

3 4 16-6&-6 

20 25 25 10 



w 84 1 7 9 10 8 8 

WS 94 12 8® 73 6® 9 9' 

ws 102 7 4® 4i 7 10 10 

ws 106 5 11 11 11 11 11 

W 101 3 10 12 12 12 12 

WB 106 Fell. 



6®J Bonner Ward & Harlan 4 
7® B’k’n’th G l^anka W 

8® C’thw’te J J Hennessey 61 
9« Ij Wilson V Gilbert 2( 

0 Adkins W R Griffin 8 

1 Bell Mrs P Mitchell li 

2 Donnelly P G Lane 2 

T Knight Chinn&Forsythe 6 



Time, 241, 49i, 1:15, 1:283. 

Winner — B. c, by St. Carlo — Orellana (trained by C. W. Chappell). 



60 100 100 40 
60 300 300 100 
20 25 25 10 
8 10 8 4 

100 200 100 60 
20 100 100 40 
6 10 8 4 



Time, 25, 50. 1:16, 1:42. 1:46. 

Winner — Ch. m, bv Crighton — Zara, by Marvellous (trained by C. Cole). 

Went to post at 2:11. At post 2 minutes. Start bad. Won easily; second driving. 
Ulloa was best. Away badly, she worked into a contending position in the first half, flashed, 
through next to the rail in the last quarter and won going away. Essence made the run- 
ning for seven furlongs and went wide on the stretch turn, but held on well in a long 
stretch drive. Declaimer, lucky throughout, was always a sharp contender. Cougar was 
repeatedly shut off and with clear sailing in the stretch finished like a whirlwind. Choteau 
had no chance with his ride, was crowded out of it on the first turn and made up a dozen 
lengths, but swerved to the inside rail at the end. Donu had no chance at the start. Forte 
belongs in long races only. The Scot showed a flash of speed. 

Scratched — 37880 Formero. 111. 

Overweights — Oso, 1 pound; Mr. Rose, 2. 

Ulloa, show, 6 to 5. Essence, show, 7 to 5. Declaimer, show, 3J to 1. Choteau, show, 
evens. 



Went to post at 4:23. At post 3 minutes. Start fair. Won driving: second the same. 
Caronal. away poorly, raced quickly into a contending position which he held throughout, 
closing: up very fast in the last few strides and was best. Blue Miracle, lucky and skillfully 
handled, ran a game race and is a greatly improved horse. Judge Voorhees was excessively 
urged in taking the lead, opened a wide and apparently winning gap, but tiring unexpect- 
edly in the last fifty yards and was crowded into the fence. Ripper, steadily improving, 
was a contender throughout although forced into the deep going in the first half. Honey- 
suckle was crowded back at the half losing much ground, but finished fastest of all under 
a weak ride. Snare’s chances were practically disposed of when Past Master fell at the 
start. Indina was bumped out of it early. 

Overweights — Caronal, 2 pounds; Esforzado, 1. 

Caronal, show, 20 to 1. Blue Miracle, show, 3 to 1. Judge Voorhees, show, 3 to 5. 
Snare, show, 1 to 2. 



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FOUR REGULAR TRAINS VIA 

Lake Shore Ry> 

Grand Central Station, Harrison m. and 
Fifth Ave. 

RUNNING TIME 36 MirUTES. 



gr>tir '•tTiminir at 5:24, 6:10 and attar l««t race. 



Harrison St 13:35 

31»t St 13:40 

Englewood 13 :48 

Grand Crossing. 13:64 
South Chicago.. 1:01 




RniJNn TRIP 86 cents 



Time. 12i. 24f, 483. 

AVinner— Ch. c, by Bassetlaw — Alameda (trained by P. Hildreth). 

AVent to post at 2:40. At post 3 minutes. Start fair. AVon easily; second handily. 
Keogh, suddenly improved, got away running, led throughout and won easing up. Captain 
Forsee was the only serious contender, ran in greatly improved form and may develop into 
a good colt. Sacredus ran green. Crowded at the start, he closed a tremendous gap and was 
running faster than the leaders at the end and was much the best. Padua never had a 
chance after' the start and was repeatedly interfered with and continually pulling up. Emil 
is imt>roving. Hawaiian is a good looker, showed early speed and was evidently not ready. 

Overweights — Keogh, 2 pounds. 

Keogh, show, 4 to 5. Captain Forsee, show, 8 to 1. Sacredus, show, 1 to 3. Padua, 

show, 1 to 2. 

THIRD RACE — Futurity Course. (170 feet less than 3-4 mile.) Purse $400. 

o I t/'T X 4-year-olds and upward. Selling. 

iHd H orses A AVt St % % StrFin Jockeys Owners O H C P 

(37882)SHARP BIRD WB 6 118 4 24 14 1^ 14 L JacksonJ D Stevens 3J 4i 4i 2 

37867®DOUBI.ET ws 6 110 3 1® 2®i 2i 2J Adkins D S Fountain 7-5 7-513-103-5 

3789“’ F AVENTKER w 4 114 5 4®J 4J 3"® 3“® Donovan B Schreiber 6 10 9 3 

37890 J BOGGS s 6 110 1 3®i 34 6® 4* Kelly W B Sink Jr 12 20 20 8 

37880 PROPELLER - - - -- - 

37878»MARINEUSE 
37641 BERNOTA 
37878 OUR PRIDE 
37882®BERENDOS 



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KINLOCH PARK ENTRIES. 



Ice, Lord Melbourne, Glendon, Ranchman, 
Dr. Hart, Jona, Travers, Tayon, Omdurman, 



Fifth Race -3-4 Mile 

S-yaar-olds and upward. Maidens. Allowances. 



The stakes opened by the Kinloch P^k Audiphone, Water Edge, Fatalist, 86262 Qoldsbj *.... 4.... 115 

Club filled in such fashion as to insure St. La^j^imae, Flintlock, Ben Lear, Terra In- 879»*Prancer *.... 4.. ..112 

Louis patrons of racing excellent sport from Byronerdale, Outlaw, Terra Firma, Man'go H"’* 7'";iil 

the very opening day of their local turf cam Breeze, Love’s Labor, Scotch Plaid, 8791S Geisha oYrlV.‘’V.’.".'.' *!*.'. S.... 100 

paign. Many of the recognized stars of the ^dgardo, Denny Duffy, Crimean, Sylvia Tal- 
west are entered’ in one or another of the Boundlee, Rag Tag, Major 

stakes, and so far as appearances go, only Snare, Lady Jocelyn, Ethel Wheat, 

extremely unfavorable weather can prevent 





. 4.. 


..115 .. 


....715 




. 4.. 


-.112 .. 


....720 




. 6 - 


..112 .. 


....705 




. 7 .. 


..112 .. 


....710 




. 8.. 


..100 


...715 



87918 Lowly *.... 8.. ..100 .. 

Sixth Race — 1 Mile and 40 Yards. 
I S-year-olds and upward. Selling. 





7 .. 


..no „ 


....710 




. 5 .. 


..107 .. 


...715 


►K... 


8 .. 


..108 .. 


....720 


« .. 


. 8 .. 


..101 .. 


....725 



the Kinloch Park spring meeting from be- 
ing briiliantly successful. The most inter- 
esting feature of the meeting may prove to 



JOCKEY CLUB APPOINTMENTS. 

At a meeting of the stewards of The Jockey 



be the Mound City Derby, for which the Friday, the following appointments by 

followng three-year-olds were entered: . Queens Countv Jockey Club for its 




COMMISSIOHS 4CCEPTED FROM $2.00 to SI, 000. 

C. O. SMITH H. A. PERRY "BUD” WHITE C. H. COLBY 
Members of the Western Turf Association. 

SMITH, PERRY St CO., 

THE EMPIRE, 260 STATE ST., CHICAGO, ILL. 



Au Revoir Bank Street 

Banter Sapolio 

Mindora Chamblee 

Flocariine Barkelmore 

Leon De Prestolus 

Pickles Action 

Sigmund Brush By 

Deutschland Birch Broom 

Lady Churchill Canyon 

Prince of Endurance Jake Greenburg 



Fading Light 

Lady Jocelyn 

Byron ey dale 

Paramount 

Carley’s Dream 

Catechise 

Blue Grass Girl 

Orpheum 

Pathos 

Mauser 



Lord Melbourne 

Ranchman 

Glendon 

Linguist 

Crime 

Maxialia 

Ben Lear 

Outlaw 

Orlando 



the Queens County Jockey Club for its 
spring meeting, also, were approved: W. 

S. Vosburg, handicapper; Mars Cassidy, 

starter; Clarence McDowell, judge; C. Corn- — 

ehlsen, clerk of the scales; J. L. Hall, pad- Horses ODD8. 

dock and patrol judge; H. K. Homan, start- ' 1st 2nd Srd 

ing judge; W. H. Barretto, timer. Action 200 100 60~ 

Licenses to jockeys were granted as fol- Ahola IM TO ^ 

lows: A. Booker, J. J. Bullman, W. H. 100 ^ TO 

Blake, T. Burns, J. Brunner, A. C. Brennan, Alfredo 400 200 100 

Edwin Cantwell, J. G. Dorsey, James Daly, Americano 80 ^ TO 

Fred Dart, Ireno de Suza, Harry Doyle, John ^ut^rTty^ 400 200 100 

Egan, T. J. Farley, J. Fisher, G. F. Rausch, Bad News !!!!..!!!! 100 50 TO 

John Hurley, Med Henderson, Roy Hender- Bardolph ^ TO ^ 

son, Richard King, Edward Klenck, O. H. iob°FmnWi^ ^ITO ^ ^ 

Kennedy, F. J. Landry, F. H. Leland, Sam- Bas d’Or !!.!!! 300 200 150 



Long Distance Phone 
Harrison 244. 



Bank Reference Union Trust 
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Future Book on the American Derby 1903. 



The Kinloch Park Inaugural, which will be uel Miller, Daniel McNichol, G. A. McClos- 
the central feature of the opening day, April key, W. A. Miller, G. W. Odom, Henry Pol- 



Bob Franklin 150 TO 40 

Bas d’Or 300 200 150 

Bob McLean 150 TO 40 



Horses. 

1st 2nd Srd 

Grantsdale 80 40 TO 

George Gibbs .. 200 100 50 

Geheimniss 100 50 25 

Gold Bell 400 200 100 

Governor 60 30 15 

Grey Friar 30 15 8 

Gilfain 50 TO 12 

Gypzene 200 100 50 

Gregor K 40 TO 10 

Harry 150 75 35 

High Chancellor TO 12 6 

Irish Lad 30 15 8 



J. Sid. Walker. 100 50 TO 



ODDS. 

Horses. 

1st 2nd 3rd 

Onatas 40 TO 10 

Orlando 80 40 TO 

Olefiant 100 50 TO 

Orly II 50 TO 12 

Otter Tail 600 300 150 

Philo 100 50 TO 

P’mast’r Wright 300 150 75 

P. of Endurance 100 50 TO 

Prince Eugene.. 1000 500 250 

Red Raven 300 150 75 

Rightful 50 TO 12 

Requisition 250 125 60 

Ravel 200 100 50 

Sidney C. Love. 30 15 8 



ney at the head. The list is as follows: B. Robbins, B. H. Richardson, Charles Blein- Benvolio . 

Horses. A. Horses. A. beimer, Edward Reddingrton, John Sullivan, gern^s 

McChesney 4 Jena 6 ’^jiliam Shaw, H. S. Wilson, H. Waterbury, Canyon .! 

t D^'Hart 4 Joseph wemom, Johri Williams, G. A. Wil- 

Albert F. Dewey ... 5 Tayon 6 kerson and C. W. Younger. Capable 

St. Tammany 4 gaviland 6 Chamblee" 

Kenova 5 Bessie Spahr 4 NOTICE. Claude ... 

Belvino 5 Prosper La Gai .... 5 „ „ . — : , Collonade 



Balm of Gilead 4 water n;age « jg built by its staff from day to day. Its Dan McKenna 150 TO 35 

Kd™ne 5 ^Sclf 4 “form- and the number of its charts are Daupl^n^j.^.„..^ ITO 50 



4 Water Edge 4 



Fridolin 

Benson Caldwell 
Monos 



Discharged 



Sr^Ih^d 5 Ihe^La^'r^?.. e proof The selections and handicap figures 

Taxman 4 Nitrate o attached to entries are arranged on the same poxy Kane 

Kalos 6 Rolling Boer 5 basis. The latter come from the work of First Mason . 

wkx®T2per . I Edlardo ^^!.. I ^our experts after the telegraphic receipt of f^'X.^B^ll^ck 



WASmNGTi>N ir<*KM. 



Dr. Riddie 6 I,endin 3 to ose gai<j chart or index numbers, selec- 

Maltster 5 Omdurman 5 handicap figures. 

Dubious 4 Snare ^ 

V Death 8 Lady Jocelyn i WASHINGTttN ir«*KM. 

Barkelmore 3 Dewey 4 

Kaffir 4 Picquart ^ The form of Wednesday’s Hennings fields is: 

Port*^”lbiyai‘ '!!!!!!! Y 4 De\asehlaiVd "!;!.!!!.’ 3 First Race-Ahola, B'ne and Orange, Illyria. 

Oronte 3 LTtruda 4 Secoud Race— Peter Paul. 

Glendon 3 Third Haeo— Vassal Dance, Gibson Light. Bur- 



. 600 


300 


150 


Janewav 


.. 30 


15 


8 


Sigmund 


100 


,')0 


TO 


. 125 


60 


30 


Jack Orr 


.. 600 


300 


150 


Spencer Relf ... 


40 


TO 


10 


. 60 


30 


15 


Jackfull 


.. 100 


50 


TO 


Santon 


250 


125 


OO 


, 400 


200 


100 


Judge Himes 


.. 125 


60 


30 


Shooting Star.. 


80 


40 


TO 


.1000 


500 


250 


Jack Young 


.. 40 


TO 


10 


Sinner Simon .. 


50 


TO 


12 


. 40 


TO 


10 


Lacy Crawford. 100 


50 


TO 


Sir Hugh 


200 


100 


50 


. 125 


60 


30 


Lem Reed ... 


.. 100 


50 


TO 


Sen. Morrison.. 


300 


150 


TO 


.1000 


500 


250 


Lyman Hay . 


.. 100 


50 


TO 


Skilful 


.30 


15 


8 


. 60 


30 


15 


Lendin 


.. 150 


75 


40 


Savable 


15 


8 


4 


. 300 


150 


TO 


Linguist 


.. 30 


15 


8 


Serge 


125 


60 


,30 


. 200 


100 


50 


Ld. of the Vale. 30 


15 


8 


Sun Gold 


100 


50 


TO 


. 50 


TO 


12 


Ld. Touchwood. 300 


150 


75 


Sir Faust 


200 


100 


50 


. 30 


15 


8 


Mackey Dwyer. 100 


60 


TO 


Stand’rd Bearer 150 


TO 


40 


. 200 


100 


50 


Mexican 


.. 40 


TO 


10 


The Don 


100 


50 


TO 


. 150 


TO 


35 


Mindora 


.. 150 


75 


35 


The Picket 


60 


30 


15 


. 200 


100 


50 


Manru 


.. 200 


100 


50 


Tom Maybin .. 


250 


125 


60 


. TO 


12 


6 


Malory 


.. 125 


60 


30 


Triad 


300 


150 


78 


.1000 


500 


250 


Monia 


..1000 


500 


250 


Trapezist 


600 


300 


150 


.1000 


500 


250 


Merry Acrobat. . 60 


30 


15 


Topsoil 


30 


15 


8 


. 30 


15 


8 


Mens. Beaucaire 200 


100 


50 


Valeat 


300 


150 


TO 


. 200 


100 


50 


Mc(3ee 


.. 60 


30 


15 


Von Rouse .... 


TO 


12 


6 


. 200 


100 


50 


M. Blumenthal. 150 


TO 


35 


VV’atoma 


150 


TO 


40 


. 150 


TO 


35 


McGowan . . . 


... 150 


TO 


35 


Will Sherry ... 


600 


300 


150 


. 80 


40 


TO 


Navasota 


...1000 


500 


250 


Wltfull 


60 


.30 


IS 


. 100 


50 


TO 


Novelist 


... 300 


150 


TO 


Woodlake 


60 


30 


15 


. 40 


TO 


10 


Ontonagon ... 


... 300 


150 


75 


Yardarm 


30 


15 


8 



-affi*" 4 ricqudri ^ The form of Wednesday’s Hennings fields is: 

ort*^”lbiyai ’!!!!! Y Y 4 De\asehland '!!!.!!!. 3 First Race-Ahola, Bine and Orange, Illyria, 

route 3 LTtruda 4 Secoud Race— Peter Paul. 

lendon 3 Third Haeo— Vassal Dance, Gibson Light. Bur- 

The other stakes to be run off during the 



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Publishers of the Official Organ of the Western Jockey Club 



progress of the meeting secured the follow- Pouri 
ing ent:‘y list: Fifth 

The Woodland Trophy. — Two-year-olds; Sixth 
4 1-2 furlongs. Bride. Mildred L., Major Victor. 
Carpenter, Don Ohigh, Hast Du Gesehen, Sar- 
tor Resartus, Johane, Ascot, Jollier, Scotch 
Dan, I.nboden, Rowland M.. Slim Chance, Wasi 



Fourth Race— Carroll D , Animosity, Moderator. 
Fifth Race— Lowly, Praocer, Geisha Girl, 

Sixth Bace— Lucky Day, Dark Planet or Bine 



WASHING I’ON FOR I. 
Washington, D. C., M .rch 24.— Tlie hors“s seem- 



Danclsia, Happy Hooligan. Porla. Hogari-h. j iuif to have the best chances in Wee aesdaj’s racss 
Burry Cherie. Aransas Pass, -iclie. Selected, j are: 



Ag'es Haldane Sanctum. Milkirk. Mary First }?ac— III ’-ria. Bins and Oral ge, Ahola. 

Dunn Billy Jackson. Plea, Dolly Daily, Cal- Second Hace-No seleciions. 

liril Pond Flo Bob Radium, Mafalda, Ath- Third Race-Vassal Dance, Larva. Gibson Light, 

ena’ Bugler Hazel Bovle, Latoila. Honest Fourth Race-Animosity, Carroll D., Dark Planet. 

John, Elwoo’d. Manshak.' Dick Bernard. Yen- Fifth Race-Prancer Lowly Gaisl”; Girl- 
om. Otto Stifel. Semolium. Baggerly. Leo- Jixth Race-Dark Planat, Lack, Day, Bine Vic- 

{lard, Gus Heidorn. T. O’Connoe. 

The Tranquilla Stakes. - Handicap; 3-4 



All the Turf 
News Per- 
fectly 
Edited 




mile. Sir Paul, Sue’s Sister, Foundling, Miss 
Oolightly, Elastic, Howling Dervish, St. Tam- 
many, Josette. Santa Ventura, Vicie Vance. 
Thisbe. Saxby, Royal Deceiver. Belvino. 
IMckles. Maud Gonne, Swift Candle. Blue | 



Be True, Frank Bell, Jingler, Milky Wave, 
Kalos. Wax Taijer, Dr. Riddle, Maltster, 
Pirate's Daughter, Night Owl. On the Quiet. 
Death, Orleans, Certain. Hllee, Miss Mae 



WASHINGTON! ENTRIES. 

Probabilities: Weather clear ; track heavy. 

•it Runs well in mad. 

First Face— 6 1-8 Farlonga. 
.Vyear-olds and npwsrd. Allowances, 
nd. Horses. Age. Wt. Hdep. 



Ind. Horses. 




Age. 


Wt. 


36425 Illyria 


.. m-. 


... 3.. 


..102 


379093Ahola 


.. >K.. 


... 3.. 


..101 


37909 Bine and Orange .. 


.. , 


... 3.. 


..101 


32356 Walbrook 




... 3.. 


.. 89 



Form Sheets 
and Entries 
Expertly 
Indexed 



Second Race— 4 1-8 Fnrionga. 
2-year-olds. Mai-iens. Allowances. 



Day, Dave Sommers, Flash of Night, Delagoa, lud. Horses, color, sex A pedigree. Wt. 

Tempt. Dominis, Lord Melbourne, Glendon, Royal Wisdom, br. c. by Prince 

n.. T'rQVf>r<5 . Ranchman Tavon, Mir- of Monaco — Century 109 

Dr. Hart, ’Iravers,- Kancnman, layuii. S79102Peter Paul lit 109 72 

ance, Bessie Spahr, St. Minor, Linguist, Listaway, b. c, by Lissak — Flit- 

1 endiii. Bridge. Federalist, Eleanor Howard, „ away . .... . 109 

H»rry. Ben Lear, Fliatlock. Icicle. Cia.es, .""'‘‘.'iD 'lIB 

Condy. Golden Rule, St. Cuthbert. If Lou Miss Maney 109 

Dare, The Light, Harry Griffith, Naulahka, Third Racc-1 1-8 ’Mllrs. 

Ethel Wheat, Instar, Rag Tag, Deutsch- (Over 6 hurdles.) 

land. Sylvia Talliot, Erema, Crimean. Bound- 4-year-olds and upward. Maidens. AllowanceB. 
lee, Jerry Hunt, Ultruda. Ind. Horses. Age. Wt. 



Tommy Foster, Foundling, Monaco, Kittie 
Clyde, Light Opera, Albert F. Dewey. Eda 
Riley, Ledaea, Pickles, Paramount, Our Lady, 
Lee liruno, Ben Chance, Balm of Gilead, 
Blue Grass Girl, Benson Caldwell, Monos, 
1 nmortelle, Orpheum, Dr. Kammerer, Tony 
Lepping, Scortic, Bank Street, Kalos. W. B. 



Ind. Horses. 


Age. 


Wt. 


Hdep. 


86449 Larva 


a* ... 


7.. 


151 


680 


84839 Vassal Dance 


. •{< ... 


4.. 


..148 


70 J 


87691 Willard J 


* ... 


5.. 


..144 


675 


86S62 Burnish 




5 . 


. 1.37 


685 


84384 George Whitney... 


. 


4 . 


137 


680 


37914 Gibson Light 


. * ... 


4 . 


134 


670 


87930 Alma Girl ... 




4 


132 




32236 Miss Lobster 




4 . 


-.132 


675 


Fourth Riu 


0-7-8 


Slllo 




3-year-olds and upward. 


Belling. 




87863 Moderator 


. *.... 


4.. 


..116 


715 


S79142Carroll D 


. * ... 


4.. 


..106 


725 


36490 Knight of the Garter A — 


9 . 


..ia3 




S7914 Dark Planet 


. 


8 . 


..102 


715 


(86490)Animosity 


. *.... 


5.. 


.. 98 





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